Posts Tagged
Pharmacist

  • 5 Signs Your Current Pharmacy Job Should Be in Your Past

    Today I bring you another post from my friend Alex Barker. Thanks for sharing Alex!   Your pharmacy story wasn’t supposed to go this way. When you ventured into pharmacy, you imagined a great salary and rewarding work; a worthwhile return on your investment of time and money. Disillusionment was never...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • An Interview with Dr. Anthony Busti, CEO of High-Yield Med Reviews!

    etting further certifications and training is an area of extreme interest for pharmacists today. Therefore, I’m excited that I had the opportunity to talk to Dr. Anothony Busti, the CEO of High-Yield Med Reviews, a company that specializes in providing high-quality training for pharmacists (and other...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Can You Balance a Pharmacy Career With Quality of Life?

    Can you have a successful career as a pharmacist and still maintain a great quality of life? That is a question that many would-be pharmacy students have asked me in the past.  As I spoke at high schools or job-fairs about the pharmacy profession, young men and women would wonder what “life was really...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Ripped Tide – An Interview with Pharmacist-Author Lance T Carney

    They say there is a book inside everyone just waiting to come out.  Maybe so.  But for pharmacist Lance T Carney the wait is over.  His book, Ripped Tide, an adventure novel featuring a pharmacist by the name of Daniel O’Dwyer is now available for readers everywhere!  I had the great honor of...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Get a PharmD or BCPS?

    One of the delights as a blogger and a pharmacist is to get letters from readers who have questions.  You should know that I respond to each and every email I receive.  While this takes valuable time, I consider it to be a part of my professional service to my fellow-pharmacists and pharmacy students....

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Pharmacists – Take Your Idea to 10X for FREE!

    ometimes you stumble across a resource that has been so personally helpful and motivating that it would almost be sinful not to share it.  I feel this way about a recent audio book that I purchased called The 10X Rule by Grant Cardone.  Grant is not a pharmacist, and his book has nothing to do …...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Is My Perception of the Pharmacy Job Market Wrong?

    ome of my readers here at The Honest Apothecary know that I also write articles for other pharmacy-related organizations and websites.  Maybe no article in recent history has stirred up so much interest at the article I wrote on the pharmacy job market for one of my favorite pharmacy publishing partners,...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Alzheimer’s Disease – The Long Goodbye

    hings have been a bit quiet on the blogging front for the past month or so.  That is mostly because my dear father’s condition had experienced a sudden decline.  On October 8, 2015 he went home to be with the Lord.  The 7-year long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) has come to an end.  He...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Why I ALWAYS Attend the New England Pharmacists Convention

    here are a few things on my calendar every year that I never want to miss:  Christmas, my birthday and The New England Pharmacists Convention.  Once a year in late September, pharmacists from all over New England gather together at one of the premier regional pharmacy events in the country.  This year the...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • “How Can I Become a Better Pharmacist in the Future?”

    recently received a very nice email from a pharmacy student who found my blog online.  It is always encouraging to get emails from readers, particularly when they ask a good question.  I asked her if I could use her question as a blog post.  She graciously agreed. Here is her question to me (with minor...

    Author : Jason Poquette